S2S Minor Connections: Bauer, Harper, Kaline & Moore


Minor Connections is a weekly feature that brings fresh minor league content to your fingertips. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s take a look at the top stories down on the farm.


Andrew Pentis / Special to MLB.com : Bauer proves stifling in Double-A debut

  • Third overall pick Trevor Bauer fans eight, scatters five hits over five innings in his AA Mobile debut.

Danny Wild / MLB.com : Harper hits 480-foot walk-off homer 

  • Top prospect Bryce Harper made his third Double-A homer a memorable one, sending a two-run walk-off shot over the center-field fence Friday to propel Harrisburg back into first place. Overall, he’s batting .296 with 17 homers and 58 RBIs in 105 games between Harrisburg and Hagerstown.
Brian Moynahan / Special to MLB.com : NYPL notes: Kaline carries on tradition 
  • Moynahan writes a nice piece on Connecticut Tigers second baseman Colin Kaline who is the grandson of Al Kaline, the Detroit Tigers Hall of Famer who has spent nearly six decades with the organization as a player, broadcaster and executive.
Andrew Pentis / MiLB.com : Moore fans 10 in six shutout innings 
  • MLB.com’s No. 1 pitching prospect Matt Moore, struck out 10 over six shutout innings Friday, but his early exit and the bullpen’s struggle cost him a fourth straight victory in Durham’s 3-2 road loss to the Buffalo Bisons. Regardless, the Rays top prospect lowered his ERA to 0.88 in fifth Triple-A start.
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Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks Bryce Harper Colin Kaline Detroit Tigers Matt Moore Minor Connections Tampa Bay Rays Trevor Bauer Washington Nationals

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